Fell Marine signs deal with Sea Tow

Fell Marine said it is now a national partner of the Sea Tow Savings Club.

Fell Marine said it is now a national partner of the Sea Tow Savings Club.

“As a leader in boating safety, Sea Tow is a perfect partner for Fell Marine,” Fell Marine Americas sales director Paul Petani said in a statement. “Their customer base wants to be prepared when the unexpected happens, and the Savings Club is a great way for us to introduce the MOB+ to a safety-conscious consumer.”

Fell, a Norwegian marine products manufacturer, said its MOB+ Wireless Kill Switch uses the proprietary WiMEA protocol that the company developed.

“We are constantly looking for ways to add value for Sea Tow members with high-quality and innovative products and services,” Sea Tow vice president of program development Cindy McCaffery said.

“We are very pleased to add Fell Marine to our program. We have received great feedback from franchise owners on the MOB+ Wireless Kill Switch and believe our members will be very interested in a life-saving device that provides greater freedom of movement and is so easy to use.”

Sea Tow members are eligible to save at thousands of retailers and service providers nationally and locally through the Sea Tow Savings Club.


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